Author(s): Cathy MacPhail
An intensely thought-provoking and issue-raising novel about the terrible trade in baby organs, yet still retaining the trademark pace and compelling readability of Cathy MacPhail.
Newly rejacketed to create a strong look A hugely topical story, based on fact, that is also a thrilling drama: young teenagers will devour this as they see how a young girl grows up and learns to think of others other than herself Told with the the trademark pace and accessibility of the bestselling and much-loved Cathy MacPhail
'Young adult fiction is going from strength to strength, led by authors like Catherine MacPhail' The Bookseller 'A chilling take on a true story' Elle Girl 'A gripping and heartbreaking story' MSLEXIA 'A smart, scary book that'll keep you turning pages' MIZZ
Cathy MacPhail won the Kathleen Fidler Award with her first novel, Run Zan Run, the Scottish Arts Council Award with her second novel Fighting Back, and a Royal Mail award for Roxy's Baby. Cathy MacPhail's work is enormously popular with young teenagers, her trademarks being a mix of humour, with pacy and topical storylines. Cathy lives in Greenock, Scotland.